Seventy-seven percent of educators say they are either poorly prepared or not prepared at all to teach students how to be successful in an AI-powered world, according to a recent EdWeek Research Center survey. This is a troubling number when you consider the rapid advances in this technology and its unimaginable potential to alter everything we do. How can educators ready themselves and their students for what this future could bring? Similarly, reading instruction has had its own challenges. It’s been a fiery instructional battleground for decades, but do we truly understand what is at the root of this persistent and emotional debate? The answers to these questions could help us solve some of education’s biggest instructional challenges today.
Join the conversation as experts in the field explore these instructional pain points and offer game-changing guidance for K-12 leaders and educators.
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Welcome and Introduction
Interactive Session: The Reading Wars: Classroom Perspectives on the Ivory Tower Debate
Industry Perspective: Making Learning Meaningful and Interactive with Technology
In this session, we will discuss ways to improve the student experience in the classroom through technology. We will examine different ways that teachers can increase student interaction and create meaningful, student-centered educational experiences.
Panel Discussion: AI Is Coming. How Should K-12 Prepare?
Industry Perspective: AI Guiding Principles that Empower Teaching and Learning
Generative AI is a transformative technology that will elevate student success, empower educators, and enhance the ways we teach and learn. The changes these tools will bring are here, and it’s up to K-12 leaders and educators to decide how we want to leverage them. But how can we use this technology to improve teaching and learning for everyone? Discover how bringing an intentional, secure, and human-driven approach to generative AI focused on students and teachers - not technology - can promote equitable and impactful learning experiences.